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9 days,Lima to Lima
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Search for wildlife along the Amazon River, explore the mysterious Inca ruins at Machu Picchu, sample the seafood in Lima

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Every traveller should visit Peru at some point. Introduce your kids to it early through this comprehensive trip that bundles the Amazon, Machu Picchu, Cusco, and more into nine life-changing days. You’ll spend two nights at the exclusive G Lodge Amazon learning about the wildlife from naturalists before exploring the Urubamba Valley, gazing awestruck at Machu Picchu and interacting with the locals – including kids – in Cusco and Lima. Peru will stick with your children long after they’ve stopped being kids.

What's Included

  • Machu Picchu guided tour
  • Amazon Jungle stay at the exclusive G Lodge Amazon (2-day)
  • Guided excursions with naturalists
  • Rubber boot use
  • Internal flights
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
  • Cuzco Kids Project visit
  • 8 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners (Allow USD250-350 per person for meals not included.)
  • Private van, boat, plane
  • Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides.
  • Small group experience; Max 20, avg 12
  • Hotels (6 nts), G Lodge Amazon (2 nts)
Itinerary Notes

This trip is designed for parents and children to enjoy together. You will be travelling as part of a group of families with other children. The itinerary has been designed with the needs of the whole family in mind. We have given this trip a minimum age for this trip to allow you to be sure that you have the right trip for you and your family. Minimum age of 6 years for this trip. Please see the activities for any specific minimum age requirements.

Day 1Lima

Arrive at any time.

Day 2Lima/Tambopata(1B, 1L, 1D)

Fly to Puerto Maldonado and continue by motorized canoe to our comfortable, intimate, and exclusive G Lodge Amazon. Enjoy guided excursions led by expert naturalists to spot wildlife at nearby oxbow lakes, clay licks, and treetop towers. Rubber boots are provided at the lodge.

Day 3Tambopata(1B, 1L, 1D)

Enjoy visits to oxbow lakes and small clay licks to learn about the jungle and its inhabitants. Be introduced to the area’s rich flora and fauna by expert naturalist guides, who can teach extensive uses for medicinal and other forest plant resources through traditional techniques. Be prepared to go early morning or evening to avoid the heat of midday. Enjoy a leisurely pace – the trip requires some walking, but nothing too strenuous.

Day 4Tambopata/Cusco(1B)

Boat transfer to Puerto Maldonado for a flight to Cusco. Explore the many plazas, ruin sites, shops, and markets during your free afternoon.

Day 5Cusco/Aguas Calientes(1B)

Transfer to Ollantaytambo to catch the train to Aguas Calientes. Settle in and explore the city, taking time to look at the local handicrafts.

Day 6Aguas Calientes/Cusco(1B)

Explore the ruins of Machu Picchu with a local guide. Transfer back to Cusco by train and van.

Day 7Cusco(1B)

Visit the Cusco Kids Project. Free afternoon in Cusco to visit museums or the famous Sacsayhuaman ruins that tower over the city.

Day 8Cusco/Lima(1B)

Enjoy the morning in Cusco before flying to Lima. Opt for a traditional dinner.

Day 9Lima(1B)

Depart at any time.

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